Finley Boyle, a 3-year-old Hawaii girl who suffered massive brain injuries last month after a dental procedure, died late Friday
“A 3-year-old Hawaii girl who suffered massive brain injuries last month after a dental procedure died late Friday, said an attorney for the child’s family.
Earlier this week, the family of Finley Boyle, 3, filed a lawsuit against dentist Lilly Geyer and Island Dentistry for Children in Honolulu, alleging that the child was given incorrect dosages of sedatives and that the hospital staff was not properly trained for emergencies.
On Dec. 3, Ashley Boyle took her young daughter to Island Dentistry for extensive dental work, which the family states in court documents was recommended by Dr. Geyer.
The planned procedures included four root canals and multiple cavity fillings, according to the documents.
The Boyle family’s attorney L. Richard Fried Jr. said Saturday that the child was given “grossly excessive” amounts of sedatives, went into cardiac arrest and later suffered brain damage.
The family charges that the staff was improperly trained for emergencies and failed to check the patient’s vital signs for 26 minutes.
“It ended up being a massive overdose,” said Fried.”
Omg that’s so heartbreaking! Not all medical stuff members care about their patients, because they’re lazy workers….
We send our prayers to The Boyle Family.
Posted on January 5, 2014, in Health, News, Parents, Rest In Peace and tagged 3-year-old Hawaii girl, Ashley Boyle, cavity, Dentist Lilly Geyer, Dentistry for Children in Honolulu, Finley Boyle, Health, Lilly Geyer, root canals. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.